I first went to the glass museum in 2012 and left in awe of the beautiful peices in the well thoughout exhibits. I’ve since gone back and although the exhibit hasn’t changed, I’ve enjoyed it just as much the second time. The museum is a beautiful collection of Washington native Dale Chihuly, a globally celebrated glass artist. Not only in the detail of the work and color in each his peices incredible but the structural engineering that must go into the work, especially the hanging peices is mind blowing. I like recommending this place since it is a unique cultural experience, gives visitors a bit more local flavor of Seattle (than just seeing Pike Place and the first Starbucks :D) and at the same time showcases a very talented local artist. But don’t take my word for it, check it out yourself if you’re in the Seattle area! Ticket prices vary from $18+ but if you’re doing the Space Needle, a combo ticket is available to save some money.
A few taster peices from the exhibit, come see the rest for yourself!